Basic Practical Handgun Skills (Pistol- 102) Once students have received foundational handgun training and know how to safely operate a handgun, it’s time to learn how to shoot. Utilizing the SIG (Simple Is Good) principle of handgun training, this course takes students through the efficient and safe use of a handgun. Working from the holster, performing reloads, clearing stoppages, and correctly manipulating a trigger to maximize accuracy are all thoroughly taught in a relaxed, hands-on environment.
Duration: 1 day / 6 hours
Overview Handgun Selection Considerations Support Equipment Shooting Basics - the Importance of Proper Grip, Sight Alignment, Sight Picture, Stance, Trigger Control and Follow Through Presentation of the Handgun from the Holster to the Target and Safe Recovery Back to the Holster Administrative and In-service Loading and Unloading Techniques Static Shooting Positions Cleaning and Maintenance
Notes Please wear long pants with pockets and belt loops, a sturdy 1.5" belt, closed toe shoes (no flip flops or sandals), and a crew neck (T-shirt) or button-up shirt (no low-cut neckline)
Estimated round count: 250 rounds You will need to bring a semi-automatic handgun, holster, Magazine Holder and at least (3) Magazines and 250 rounds of ball ammunition. Ammunition is available for purchase at the training facility for fair market price.
Tuition includes the following: Completion Certificate